Catlin bid could catalyse insurance M&A

The Lloyd's Building (also known as The Inside-Out Building) closeup by night

Premiums in important lines have tumbled

Insurers warns over US terrorism cover

Congress fails to renew programme inspired by 2001 attacks

The Lloyd's Building (also known as The Inside-Out Building) closeup by night

XL in talks to buy Lloyd’s insurer Catlin

US group’s cash and shares indicative offer values equity at £2.5bn

Pru chief attacks rating agencies

Tidjane Thiam hits at sceptical view of life insurer’s main product

Tidjane Thiam, chief executive officer of Prudential Plc, reacts during a Bloomberg Television interview in London, U.K., on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Prudential Plc, the U.K.'s biggest insurer by market value, reported earnings that beat analysts' estimates, raised its dividend 15 percent and said it reached its final target to double profit in Asia. Photographer: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Tidjane Thiam
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Pru wants to be ‘30 times bigger’ in Asia

Chief executive also ‘very keen’ on US acquisitions

FCA demands changes on annuities

Customers ‘prevented from getting best deal’

Costa tapped to nudge Songbird investors

Offer would be more persuasive if it was above standard NAV of 381p per share

FCA criticised for inaction over annuities

City watchdog accused of sweeping mis-selling ‘under the carpet’

FCA failed to take care on moving markets

Watchdog created a false market in insurance shares on March 28

‘Pension passport’ still under scrutiny

Regulator considering a range of options

FCA scare is over but the zombies march on

The exit fee issue that spooked the insurance industry awaits resolution

Tesco’s insurers could face payout claims

AIG and Ace provide cover for supermarket group’s directors

FCA stops senior bonuses after insurance blunder

UK watchdog launches shake-up ahead of critical Davis report

Berkshire lands foothold in Singapore

Specialist commercial insurance arm to do business there

Gocompare founder poised for windfall

Parsons to pocket £44m selling her stake to insurer Esure

Towergate offloads aircraft cover unit

Insurance broker raising £27m from sale of Hayward Aviation

Quindell calls in PwC to review business

Auditor to examine cash performance at claims-processing business

Modi struggles in first big reform battle

Insurance bill raising foreign stake cap held hostage by politics

Pension annuities attacked by UK report

Regulator likely to recommend action against insurance companies

Aviva eyes FPI assets

Insurance group’s CEO says he is keen on parts of Asia operations

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